PhD student, Katie Bickerton. Thesis: Evidence based decision making for reintroduction success: translocating threatened prey reptiles into an endemic predator-packed system in Mauritius. Joint with Institute of Zoology.
PhD student, James Clarke. Thesis: Modelling butterfly abundance at varying spatial scales to inform conservation delivery. CASE project with Butterfly Conservation.
PDRA, Dr Alex Diana. Project: Integrating new statistical frameworks into eDNA survey and analysis at the landscape scale. Funder: NERC.
MRes student, Chloe Francis. Thesis: Statistical modelling of human-elephant conflict dynamics. In collaboration with Chester Zoo.
PhD Student, Danielle Hendricksen. Thesis: New statistical models for smartphone app data on recreational fishing. In collaboration with Cefas.
PhD Student, Fabian Ketwaroo. Thesis: Network models for capture-recapture data. In collaboration with Dr Matt Silk, University of Exeter, and DICE.
PhD Student, Ulrike Naumann. Thesis: Modelling changes in abundance of species over space and time in island ecosystems. In collaboration with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
PDRA, Dr Oscar Rodriguez de Rivera Ortega. Project: Modelling removal and re-introduction data for improved conservation. Funder: EPSRC.
Bayesian non-parametric methods for modelling ecological data and stochastic processes for modelling species interactions, 2020 – Alex Diana
Statistical Methods for the Joint Analysis of Spatial, Sparse or Missing Ecological Data, 2020 – Marina Jiménez Muñoz
Statistical Development of Ecological Removal Models, 2018 – Ming Zhou
Characterising the extent and nature of wildlife crime by novel application of mark-recapture techniques and network techniques,2018 – Lydia Yeo (DICE student – Rachel McCrea was an advisor)
New Diagnostic Tools for Capture-Recapture Models, 2017 – Anita Jeyam
New Analytical Methods for Camera Trap Data, 2017 – Natoya Jourdain
Statistical methods for biodiversity assessment, 2016 – Ratchaneewan Kumphakarm
Development of statistical methods for monitoring insect abundance, 2015 – Emily Dennis
Parameter redundancy with applications in statistical ecology, 2015 – Ben Hubbard
The use of mixture models in capture-recapture, 2015 – Chen Yu
Bayesian analysis of multi-species demo synchrony and integrated population models for a breeding community of seabirds, 2013 – José J. Lahoz-Monfort
Modelling individual heterogeneity in mark-recapture studies, 2013 – Lauren Oliver
Species richness estimation for benthic data, 2012 – Beth J. Norris